On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld slammed "loudmouth putz" and "flat-faced fool" Quentin Tarantino for linking his anti-police blather to white supremacy.

"The clueless cretin then cites the First Amendment, as if anyone's denying his right to yak," Gutfeld said. "No one's silencing your speech, you dope. They're just calling you a bozo for what you've said. Even your dad's embarrassed!"

Gutfeld said that Tarantino is being selective with his anger, ignoring black children and grandmothers who are killed in drive-bys, while he rails against the men and women in blue.

He said that Tarantino only spoke out in the first place to gain points with black activists who hate his exploitation of black culture.

"Which leads him to make his worst mistake: Incorporating anti-cop bile as part of black identity," Gutfeld said. "And so he reminds everyone that the worst enemy to a black person is a preening, white leftist, whose head is so far up his butt, the only words he speaks are crap."

Watch the "Five" co-hosts discuss above.


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